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EGR European Gospel Radio

Worldwide on Shortwave radio, streaming and satellite

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Welcome to European Gospel Radio (EGR)!

Our mission is to spread the Gospel to the World on Shortwave, AM/Medium Wave, Satellite radio, TV and the Internet
EGR is owned and operated by NEXUS-IBA, a non profit association of broadcasters and program producers
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Klon Kitchen
leads tech policy at the Heritage Foundation. As Heritage’s first Senior Fellow for Technology, National Security, and Science Policy, Klon steers an enterprise-wide, interdisciplinary effort to understand and to shape the Nation’s most important technology issues.
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The city's public health chief has said the actions will target parts of the city where people had become a bit “lax”
“Targeted action” will be taken in Bristol to try to stop the spread of coronavirus, the city’s public health chief has said. Christina Gray said the move was an attempt to avoid the city coming under harsher Covid-19 restrictions. Speaking to BBC Points West last night (October 27), the director of....
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Police with flashlights storm church under lockdown and find dozens at service
Flash light brandishing police cleared out an illegal church service in Cardiff. South Wales Police officers were called to the New Hope Community Church in Llanrumney on Sunday evening following reports of a congregation. They walked into the building to find a large number of people worshipping inside, Wales Online reported.
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A West Texas Nursing Home Sent Its COVID-Positive Residents Elsewhere. Now Two of Them Are Dead.
. Now he lives in one. After serving 12 years as a rural county judge and working a stint as a disc jockey at a country radio station, the Texas native switched careers and started managing nursing homes stretching from West Texas to North Texas. For two decades, he hired, fired, and even mopped the floors when the janitor was out.
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August 2020 – Africa Awarded a Wild Poliovirus-free Certificate : Polio epidemic in Mauritius,...
RAJ BOODHOO. On 25 August 2020, the region of Africa was awarded a wild poliovirus (WPV) free certificate by the World Health Organisation (WHO). Over the past decades, all African countries, except Nigeria, had successfully eliminated Poliomyelitis, an infectious viral disease that invades the....
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Police with flashlights storm church under lockdown and find dozens at service
Flash light brandishing police cleared out an illegal church service in Cardiff. South Wales Police officers were called to the New Hope Community Church in Llanrumney on Sunday evening following reports of a congregation. They walked into the building to find a large number of people worshipping inside, Wales Online reported.
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'I worked with Meghan on top secret project - then I got a letter from Queen'
As Karen Gibson sat on the bus home after a busy day at work, she got a phone call from a "very posh voice". She had no idea this call, which was a complete surprise, would change her life forever. The voice on the other end of the line belonged to someone who worked for and Prince Harry - and they....
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The U.S. Presidential Election: Managing the Risks of Violence
Under the circumstances, the responsibility of all officials at every level of government, of foreign partners, of civil society and of the media should be to anticipate sources of friction and grievance within the voting public and move quickly to address them.
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Veekay ready to please fans
OTJIWARONGO artist Vekaama Uzera, known as Veekay recently took the bold step out of her comfort zone in her music career to release her first amapiano song 'Mukuendata', featuring Max-T and Page (Ethnix). The song, which features her native language Otjiherero has been making waves on various radio stations across the country.
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Pan-Africanists ready to see Lord Nelson go; Gov’t commended
The Pan-African Movements in Barbados are eagerly awaiting November 16th to see the back of Lord Nelson from National Heroes Square. “It has been a very long struggle by our ancestors and by revolutionary forces in Barbados, who from as far back as 1813 would have made the call for the removal of....
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More than 100 people attend farmer’s drive-in funeral
Mr Cole, who was active in his local church, had spent much of lockdown calling for outdoor services so people could be together and helped organise the village’s first the week before he died. Peter Cole (Family Handout/Michele Cole) His daughter-in-law Michele Cole said: “After we helped him run....
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